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GMO, Hormone and Antibiotic Free: How Much Do The Emotional Ties To Our Food Affect Our Purchasing Decisions?

A few weeks ago my family and I made our inaugural visit to a major big box grocery retailer with high anticipations of cutting our…
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A Dairy Farmer’s Take on Modern, Sustainable Agriculture

The American Food & Technology Innovation Summit was fantastically interesting. Everyone there was invested in the future of food – not just talking about it,…
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American Agriculture Stood Together at Only Organic Twitter Party

Recently, American agriculture reached a seminal moment online: WE ALL STOOD TOGETHER. Big, small, organic and conventional farmers – it didn’t matter. We worked in…
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Has Technology Turned our Farm into a Factory?

From the outside looking in on a modern farm, it is easy to recognize why people may start to believe that technology is turning farms…
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Our Milk Doesn’t Have Antibiotics In It

Last winter, all five of us in our house came down with strep throat. My husband got it first, and since he hadn’t had it…
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Why I Share My Family Farm Story

Sharing my farm story has been one of the most fulfilling and amazing things I have been able to do since I moved to the…
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A Tour of the Milking Process

I love giving people tours of our farm!  But since you can’t all come to Michigan, here’s the milking process, which is how the milk,…
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Food Dialogues: Dairy Forum Recap – It’s about Character

At Food Dialogues: Dairy Forum, Mike Reidy (senior vice president, corporate affairs, Leprino Foods Company) said, “character is what you do when no one is…
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Dr. Oz’s Enlist Experts . . . Debunked

I think I’ll start a blog series titled Dr. Oz . . . Debunked, because TV’s infamous doctor is at it again, prescribing fear over fact…
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The Food Knowledge Gap

This last week I heard someone talking about a recent hospital visit a family member had.  A nurse, who was providing care for the person,…
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